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THURSDAY. MAR. 31. 1887.
NOT VERY LIBERAL.
An article in this issue about
Thomas Square suggests the rcllec
tion that the Hawaiian Legislature
has never shown much liberality in
providing for public squares and
gardens. It might have exorcised
more for the gcucral good. Money
appropriated for such purposes, if
judiciously expended', is always and
everywhere a wise investment. There
lias usually been no niggardliness on
the part of our parliament in voting
tiie public revenue for various ob
jects of little or no public utility.
But when something is asked for
parks, gardens, and trees, it is gen
erally seized with a sudden fit of
economy, unfortunately for tho
country. Theie is no place of pub
lic resort and pleasure in the king
dom from which the people get so
much pleasure as Kmmn Square. It
is not one of those luxuries or privi
leges available mci;ely to a select
few, while the masses are excluded.
Everybody has an equal right to
enter its gates, luxuriate in its re
freshing shade, and to listen to the
sweet strains of the Royal Hawaiian
Band Saturday afternoons and moon
light evenings, and everybody freely
uses the right. The small sum of
money annually expended to keep
the square in order, is considered
by everybody to be an extremely
profitable investment, because it re
turns a big interest jn the form of
real pleasure. It is a pity that our
Government is not more liberal to
this class of public institutions.
The Honolulu Rilles will meet to
night for the purpose of forming a
battalion of two companies, aud
electing olllcers for each. This
volunteer corps has attained surpris
ing growth since the present com
manding oillcer, Captain V. Y.
Ashford, was chosen to that position,
seven or eight months ago. The
company had experienced various
vicissitudes, and was at that time
in u languishing condition. Tho
new captain, the choice of tho com
pany, brought experience and en
thusiasm to the olllcc, which natur
ally inspired the members with con.
fldencc and nwlor, and as a conse
quence the organization has steadily
increased in numbcrn and pro
ficiency. It now contains about one
hundred members, which is found to
be too great a number for one com
pany, and the resolution has been
formed to divide into two. In
effecting this division, it will bo
almost impossible for every iudivi.
dual member to be 'absolutely satis
fied with tho llunl disposition of
each. Different opinions and wishes
unturally obtain us to ttluit member
should till tho different ofllccs, as
also n preference for one or other of
tliu companies. But it is to bo hoped
that every member will bo nctuntcd
by a sincere deBirc for tho good of
the whole, that a fair and friendly
spirit will mark tliu proceedings
throughout, nnd that nil will cheer
fully necept the final endorsement of
the majority. There is no sensible
season why this hope should not be
Unfortunately, public squares aud
gardens arc one of the conspicuous
deficiencies of Honolulu. It can
hardly be wondered at, considering
that it is a city that was not sur
veyed aud laid out as such in the
first instance, but has grown up, as
it were, by accident, and has been
gradually reduced to a distant ap
proach to symmetry since. Emma
Square, n circumscribed plot of land
near the centre of the city, was the
only picco of public property serv
ing as a place of public resort, until
within the past lew years. During
the period indicated, Kapiolani
Park, at AVaikiki, and the Recrea
tion Grounds, at Makiki, have been
added, and have served useful pur
poses, but arc not favorably situated
for ordinary public resort on ordi
The Park, being four or live
miles from the city, although a good
place for races, for grand picnics on
general holidays, and for people who
can afford to keep horses and car
riages to drive around whenever the
inclination seizes them, is too far
from the centre of population to be
used as a legular pleasure ground
by tho general public. The Makiki
Recreation Grounds, too, although
nearer the centre of population, and
admirably adapted for baseball,
cricket, and military review, are
also too far away.
A more lecent addition to our
too few places of public resort, and
one that is destined to become more
popular thau either of the two last
named, because of its location, being
probably a little less than a mile
from the heart of the city proper, is
Thomas Square. When we say this
is a more recent addition, it is not
intended to imply that it has been
acquired and set apart as a public
resort more recently, but that it lias
become recognized and come into
actual use as such at a later date
than the other places referred to.
Indeed, although never closed to
the public, it has not yet been
regularly inaugurated as a regular
public pleasure retreat. That is an
event in the near future.
Thomas Square, unlike Kiiiina
Squaro in this respect, is of res
pectable dimensions, embracing an
area of six or seven acres. From
Bcrctania street on one side, it ex
tends to King street on the opposite
side, being bounded on the right
angles bj- Victoria street and Kapio
lani street. Its name is derived
from the Britisli Admiral Thomas,
who in J 8 13 restored to Hawaii her
national flag, which had been tem
porarily hauled down by Lord
George Vaulet, and tho plot of land
was set apart as a public reserve in
memory of the event.
There it remained, wild, waste,
and neglected, for many years, until
1882, when it was given, in charge
to Hon. A. S. Clcghorn, and a
small sum of money appropriated
by the Legislature for its improver
incut. During the comparative!'
short period which has elapsed
since that date, a great change in
appearance has taken place so
great that a person not having wit
nessed the intermediate gradations,
would not now know it as the same
place. The pits and rises which
then existed have been superseded
by an even surface, witli a gentlo
slope from the upper to tho lower
.side. The treeless aud shadcless
square has become thickly studded
with a great variety of trees, which
servo the double purpose of shade
and ornamentation, and some of
which have attained a surpiising
growth. Where worthless weeds
sprang up after every rain and
prickly burs strewed the surfaco in
times of drought, ,a covering of
perennial green, woven of tho pretty
Bermuda grass, greets nnd delights
tho eye. The grass carpeted earth
beneath and the leafy foliage above
maku it a place of refreshing cool
ness on the ljottest of days. An
artesian well at one corner of the
square furnishes an cxliaustiess
supply of pure water, which is con
ducted to every pait of tho grounds
by pipes, faucets being placed at
regular intervals of one hundred
feet, from which artificial rain is
produced by menus of fifty feet
lengths of hose, whenever and
wherever needed. Thero arc eight
entrances to the square, aud sanded
walks lead to every part. In tho ,
laying out of these, straight lines
and right angles have been avoided
as much ns possible, graceful curves
and counter-curves predominating.
It may bo here remarked that many
of the older aud more common
kinds of trees at present growing
there are intended to be removed,
ns the younger and choicer sorts
grow up to take their places.
After about five years of patient
work nnd assiduous attention, with
very limited means at command,
Mr. Clcghorn has converted tho
once bare and unatti active Thomas
Square into the prettiest and the
best appointed public pleasure
grounds in the kingdom, and while
its name perpetuates the memory of
a British admiral, its condition is a
monument to the taste, skill, and
public spirit of a Britisli gentleman,
who has chosen Hawaii nci as his
In conclusion, it may be said
that work is now in progress, which,
when completed, will make Thomas
Square available for band concerts.
A commodious band stand is being
erected in the centre, and wood
and iron seats placed around the
grounds. The public may expect,
ere long, to receive an invitation
to go there and listen to Berger's
A LL DEIVIS OS ING TO AH MIX,
l nt Laupahoehoc, nnd Song Kee, nt
tame place; Mid Fool; Clump, at Hilo
aic to lie paid to Lo Sam Sing, on Nun.
ami stieit, Honolulu, fiom ihi.i date.
Honolulu, Muron :iib1. US lw
'I HE OlTICfi OP Tin:
Chinese News Go.
WILL 111: BKMOVV.D TO
Bot. Nuunnu & Smith's Lano.
Saturday, April 2d.
.lAPANE-iK MIUSi: OIKL TO
look aflir oun "Ii.ld. Amity to
It" .1 i:. IlliOWX & C'.
)Y A. YOUNG LADY' AS GOVERN--L)
e-s ina priviitu f.mllji. Compe.
lent 1 1 impai t a sound cdw.'iiion. Also,
Elocution, M mc, etc Addles.-". "Gov.
ernes ," I uuctiii "lllcc. U lw
. LIOHT-COLOHEI) SET-
M&for t,,r ',0- niiweis to Ihe
UWrxi nametf 'fioidon. ' A suit.
Xji.Jy5",,!l! rnwMd will bo paid
- 'on dcllvi iv of fame in
1(1 at .NHiNHOULEU,
Piil it-e JYalk.
No change In the rates for the
Use of Telephones
Uconitcinplnlcd hy the
Seciclnry and Treasurer.
CHAS. HUSTACE, JR., has full
power ot attoniLj, to tiiinwiet nil
business for mo fiom this dato until
31HS. E. 0. 110LLKS.
Honolulu, aruicli 28, 18i7. U5 lw
ON AND AFTKH TDK 1THST OF
April, MK. LHAS. T. GULICK
will attend lo my biisine.-h iu general
and collect all bills duo to me, mil, ele.
His leceipt or the out) of Mu. John
Goon, Jit., will lioasuiiioient discharge.
Honolulu, Mmiih 2'J, lfcS7. 00 lw
rpiIE UNDERSIGNED HAVING
X been appointed Astiiieu of tho
Est.itu of Hang Yick, doing butlnetu on
Mauniikoi atettt, Honoulii, nollnu la
hereby Ivcn to all puiRonsto piueut
their clatiiH au dust tliu said Hang Ylck
lo.J. F. Haiklehl at, the oilloi It. Hack
fold & Co, Qui en ttreet, within one
mouth from date, and all persons in
tlebted to bald Hang Ylk aio heieby rt
fpiested to malui jnuncdlalo payment
ihercgf to thu siltl.l. F, llnukfeld
. F. HAOlvl'KLD.
Anlgnee of thu E-iaioof llniiu' Ylk.
Honolulu, March 28, IM17, 05 Gt
rpHEMANAGEIIB OFTHK UM1TKD
1 i Carriage Co., wish to notify their
1 patrons Hut Genigo llon no longer
drives for llni nhnwi Coniinnj.
' Ollleo and Stand : Corner ot King and
FortSticcis. 01 lw
TF YOU WANT A SITUATION
X iidycrtUo lu tho Daily Uullui.v.
Auotion Salo of Elegant
Household Furniture !
By n.dor of Mr. J. H. OASTLB, wo
will tell nt Public Auction nt his red.
donee, corner of Klnau and Kapiolani
streets, (on account of dopniture).
On Tuostlay, April 6th, 1887,
At 10 o'clock, a. m., the cnllio House,
hold Furniture, comprising In part
SOFAS AND CHAIRS,
Upholstered Turkey Easy Chair,
1 Dpriglit Steinway Piano !
In good condition, a fine instrument,
1 IIIiACK IIIIOXY TAUIiK,
Bronze Figures and Vases !
t I.arno 1 lie 0 hiit Minor.
1 Jvisy )fa (UpholMeied in PluMi),
Drawing Hooni Ouitiiltis Uugriivltigs
and Pictures Including
Othello, .llngduleiic, Mntei'lolornM,
Fine Koa Sideboard
I Mahogany Bureau Bonk Case,
blank Walnut Writing Desk,
II W. Dining Olulr. (leather ients),
1 .lapnncsu S-ireen,
I Ash Marble Top Bedroom Sot !
Hprlngunil Hair Miitlietc.-,
Sinj mo Hug",
Statuette itul Pcdestnl"Dlro Thrower"
A So'oul l.llnaiy of Miscellaneous
1 "Umlo Sim" Banco with Water
Hack Tank and lb Her, Kitchen
1 Carriage Horse!
lluinc-s, llifrigerntnr, Mia1 Sife,
Liardui 'loots, u c, etc.
A LOT OF ASSORTED FERNS!
Thu Picmi-ci will lie open for inspec
tion on Momluy, April -lib, from 12
vi. to 4 r. ii.
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
ttt 1w Auctioneers.
11. IIACKFELD & Co.
Chas. T. Gulick Notary Public
Bciords Searched, Abstract of Tiilu
Fuin'shitl, and Coimyaueei
Drawn on slim I noilcc.
Collodion Agency. -Mil. JOHN GOOD,
Jli, Authorised lolkctoi.
Eraploymont Agency. M it. F.MAHCOS,
General Business Agoncy. No. :IS Mer
Hell Telephone 31N, 1. . liox 415.
Telephone 'J It).
Wo luvo reojtved
Crosso & Blftokwoll's & J.T. Morton's Canned & Bottled Goods
Dliect from England ex T5ritdi bark Glengiber, u)m rising In part:
Uotllul Mixed Pickled.
" Cham Cham,
" Wnitu Onions,
" Piescived West In'U.i Ginger,
" bp.tnish 01ive,
Handbome Vase It y.il Table Siuee,
" " J Fin Hull Siuee,
Bottles Walnut Catnip,
" Gieenuagis in byrup,
" Hid Ciirrani- iu S.vtup,
" Candied OranguPee,
" " Citron 1'eol,
" Pudding Haisins,
Mb tins Jordan Almondf,
" Filed Eo's
.lb tins Fie-li Cod Hon-,
l"imurt Uo tlcsfealud Hunings,
Eirthui J n Anchovy L'Uhto,
Hottles hito and lilaek I'epinr,
" Zanto CurrantH,
7.1b tins rJcotchnical,
2-lb tins Green Pea Soup,
" Jullonno j-ouj),
" Mock Tin tin faoup,
" Mullaf,atawny Soup,
Hollies India Curry Powder,
Tins Madras "
1 & 2.1b tins J mm and Jillles, iiasoited,
Fata of all kinds,
Ml) tliu Catiaway Seed",
liotllus Tomalo Conserve,
Trullled P.itu do fois G 11 ,
Tins Whole lloast Groue,
11 Sage and Onions,
" llilfoul's Eiiglihli Cunled Fowl,
" hngllbh Aspaiagus,
Mb tins Milieu Meal,
liotllus Caput f, " ami '1 oi.,
Mb tins OurrotH,
" Uollid Mutton,
" Blcwcd Kidneys,
Cocoa and .Mill;,
Symington's 1'ta Fluur,
Epps if to Jrfdb Faokagis Cocoa,
Mb (ins Flako Tapioca,
Coleman's Muslnid In tins and bottles,
Ed nil Cheese,
D iy & Mlu lin'p filioe Paste,
Also jmt lecolved ux 9. S. Aiibtralia and Biigatitluo Consuilo, a complelu line of
' STAPIilfl AND ir-A.rsTOV GKOOJSHIEs!,
All wbjch vn ofTei at iciuonable prleoi1.
HatUI'netlon tUaurnutroil, mitt iiuodn tlellyereil lu nil tmrtu or Uoniilulfi.
FHKSII ICE HOUSE GOODS lu Benson, itcelvcd by cmcJj. tflp if thu
O. S. S. Co.'s bteamcrs by
JJEWIS & CO. ' Mlw
FOR SALE AT AUCTION!
Hy order of MIL O. DUVAL, wo will
eoII at Public Auction,
On Saturday, April 2nd, '87
At 12 o'clock noon,
At our thilcroom, Queen Street, that
desirable premises on
at present occupied ns a re-ddenco bv
The Lot has a fnmtpgo of t0 fort on
Luunllli) Mreet, and a (! ptli of lull feet,
and is well encud Willi gins'. Wa or
laid on tin outrlioui tliu premhcj.
There U an tho premUe",
A 2-Story Dwelling Hiose
Will and Mibsliutla ly buili, with U.iy
Window flouting tho itrett.
Tliu lionise contains a spacious 1'ailor,
Dining Jtooni and liedroom on tho
lower Hour. Alo, Lingo Kitchen, Pan
tiy nnd Until Itoom. On thettpperllnor
ato :) Iledrnoms, each funiUlicd with
Clothes Closets. Theio Is also a huge
Carrlago llouso and Slatilo on tho Lot
This is one of tho mot dclrablo lesl
tlenco offeietl for sale. The ground
having u natural slo u ensures peifeet
Drainage, aud commands! an excellent
view from Diamond Head to the Wal
nu.tu Mount ilns.
2r"Paitlcs wishing to lnptet tin
picuiles ean do s-o by application to tliu
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
73 til Auctioneer
AUCTION SALE OF
TT 1 IT t1
u mi nn in f ii'mumim
T.y order of OAI'T. FULLER, wo will
jell nt Public Auction,
On Thursday, April 7lh, '87,
At 10 oV.lotk, a. m., at his residenc ,
No. 8 Kul.til Sure!, t iu Household Fur
niture consisting of
PAISMIH J'TJIirVI'J'IJTt 1-3
Blade Walnut IVIarblo Top litagaro
Mn bio Tip Cut 0 Table,
Vitiina Umir, llocKer.o,
BLACK WALNUT AND PLUSH SOFA 1 1
IMcltire-, Oilr Mnnt 1 (Mock.
Eir-V Cliali, OMoill.lli,
BLACK WALNUT BOOK CASE
liooKe, I'rtehit', Hal. La il fable,
Center Hug. D oc Hugs,
H. W Hair Cloth Lounge,
II. W Extension TnMo,
B. W. Marble Top fcideboard
China, GlaM and dockory Wnie,
I B. W. Marblo Top Bodroon Set
bpring Maine ,
bil g!e li W. Itedslead,
EiilleiVTinv, 11 frigerator,
1 SINGER GEWING MACHINE.
(in goo I order.)
1 Eo'kiiiL' Unite, 1 Hieycle,
KiTons.s iiTKXusts; i:t,, i:tc.
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
10 8t Alio iomer'.
P. 0. liox 2t)7.
n fresh l'ne of-
llo ties SklnnerV Mang 1 IU'Hdi,
" long Ifid Chillies,
" Mayonnaise Sitae,
" C'tillsrco Jelly,
" FlVlioh Olives,
Ilundsonio Vi su- Chin 1 S v,
" " Koho Sauce,
Hollies Muh 00111 Ci blip,
" Chcnics iu Si 1 up,
" Ptais " "
" lilaek Ourr.ui's in Syrup,
" C.iiidiid Leiiion l'eel,
" Cry.stall d Fruit,
" TniUoy Fl,'-,
Mb tins Oiinlctl I olxtirs,
" Sowed Etl,
Klhthih Filleisit ,S'es,
Etnlht'ii Jiim I'lo'ilui i'.i-te,
SmallJars Capt. While's Mullagatawny
Bottle- Ground l-plcet,
Pint Bottles Mn'.i Vinugar,
21b B tilo Fioneh Prunis,
Pint Hiii b Mo iiHerrat Lime Juice,
2.1b tin UriySni ,
" C10 sy Si up,
" Ox Ci.euK S nip,
" lloii.honli Sou)),
' Vvili Kl Njlip,
Tins Oxlonl S i'huku,
Hottlek Plel.led It-d Cabbage,
Collnn d 0.x Toacues,
Bott'P Li a & lVirln's Genuino Worccs.
lcrsliliu Su.e ,
Bottles Bi'iigal ( lub Chutnev,
Tins Wholu Ho ml l'anrldin,
" " ' Pheanints,
" Preserved Mii'-hiooms,
" Heel Mar.nw Fat,
Jij.ll) lias Arn wront,
Tins Ileal Yaiiuouth lllnnteis,
" F1u11t.l1 Miuhioiims, -PlilllipoACiniud's
1 lb tins Par.-nip-i, 1 lb tins Turilpq,
" Fiudi Tiipi-,
1 Alanioilo Ik-ef,
" Boiled Mult in,
" Hmlo it Million, .
" Call head, dilio Ilnrt Mutton,
" Bodul Ueef; " Boiled '
Cocoa and milk, C'hocobitu and Milk,
Jisu'iicu Coll'm , Pa 1 111 (jio'iis,
Van Hotiton's Cocoa, l( it y,.b tins,
if & Hill this Cecoalina, "
Mb tins Pearl Snun,
' i' G.nuiiil lllce,
" Onnbiitlgi! Suisauu',
Day ifc Martin's Liquid Hlipu Hlacklng,
erau' samKusarmairaimjttmttwitm tmrnsxirrarrtnrarna.fnnuianncBriKnjKiks'iiai
Bell Tel. 172. MuUinlTul. J172.
P.O. Box 5 07.
I OaP EJBftti' UU BU W VWIl
Campbell Block, Merchant St.,
Real Estate Apnis, Etc.,
Oiler the ft Lowing :
Offlco lo Lot. Prlvnto ollleo, handsnncly
titled, water contulciieu', ele. Pint
of J. E. Iliouiivt (.'o.'f. piemlscs,Mur'
chniilStieet; wlih disk room ouisldo
forucieik. Sultablu lor a notary ir
n lawyer Heat, with ofllcu furultuie,
1? I- per month.
Wanted to Ptirchaso or Lease. A Cntii'ge,
0 01 (I moms, iu m 111 In nlihy loc 1 I y,
wliliin e.y i.l-t'ii.uof t u. Nli.t
Emm 1 Street pielurud.
To Itonl.-A C.itt'gi im LI'lhaHt., with
blllCUtiy lip tlll r,.l IOOIIIH
To liotd-A fl.100111 Cottnge, eoinerLllll a
ami S1I1011I Klf. I in exctllint uiiltr;
good 1 enllty; Bent 820 month.
To Rent Sm ill Coiingu 011 Lllllia s'rci t,
near I'thool l: r, 11 iJ12,
floonn to Ton.-P iinhlut in tho Lis
Rooms lo Renl. Four icry linudoinc1y
liiiuhhid looms in laru'u hotitc; well
Manned on jsuunuu Avenue. Bent
$U a month each.
To Lol. Too bouse aud grounds sltuatMl
lu Nuu.inu Acnun, tcatnily oet'Upied
by A. J. Cat iw 1 1 Jit, J r , Lnj.
To Lcl. A n.iooiiieil C ttage, ulth Cir.
ilige H01.su iiti.i Oi.thoiiM , Niiiiuiiii
Awnue, neir tioveuimant re.eriolr,
iiliivo l't" Qiccii Dnuiiger Emma s
plaee, tilb 1 lioul 2 ncres of land 2j
unlet fiom t"wi Item 1;1U 1 crmi'iith
To Lol. AO.ioomctl Ct tttii'C', w till kitchen
ailachul; uppur end of Xuiiiiiiu
Aiuiue, oppo itu " Valley Home," in
esei'lleiit tudei. I'alh nnd water con.
uiii nrcs. Bunt Slf.
To Let. blioji window w Jth ncu behind,
iu uiw t ec iilcil by J. L. llrnw 11 i
Co. Sultnlilu fir JiWulur's rlitip or
Notary's olllic. Bei.t icy moderate.
Houso and Lot lor Sale. Very desirable
icsideiico on BimcI ilia Struct. 'Ihe
h ni-c conl-iius -l Bcdn.oiiH, Parlor.
1 lnliu.ioom. Pining, Ivilelien and
Iia Icooin, MoMpillo iroof. llcu-e
new a ill well imilt.
Lot 1(10 by 150 feet with vtivileire rf
li'iyini: nuM lot. Will be sold cheap.
For Salo or Rent .V cbaiming iisldenic
on tvimi'i sticei, cunliiiuing 2 bed.
IIXU14, jinrior, tlining loom, kltoln u
bath, Ac. Uanlen lout aud b.uk;
in rimiQ li(iu-.e, st.ukM and sciiantV
qua teru tlctiiclied.
For Salo. A hiisiiusi (reslaur.int; in
ci titer of city. Owner 1 avlng en nc.
rnunl ot ill iiealtb. Asil uilitl thiuiee
for eneigi' ic mail. Ci liiial required,
0."iiOU. lor punietllaii, ply 10 J
J:. B own iV; Co.
For Sale or Leaso With Inline li tie pos.
ms ion, l)u vn'ua le esialu Kuottn ah
tho NL'UANU VM.LEV H.Nt II.
bituh'id in the Niiuani Valley. 2
miles liom the cli, and iiutloi btetlly
tint ii'o-t eligible tile fm a milk 01
m.l'i 111 d Imuui (lain lu this Kingdom
'I ho til tile -plui dl I pro ony may bt
In d on tusy teims.
For Leas 3 tho lc-iduins and a'iiro
lands at Paioi Valliy, teci)ntlb
Mis Long. A .pluutliti piojieny.
Vaatcd to Ror.t. A L'otingi', tontiiining
lotiror li'. 11 looms. Mi a' be 111 good
loialty, 1.11 1 within t 11 or llfieeu
111 nil 01' walk of Pi si Office.
For Salo 1 Opt 11 Sid B r Buggy, cheap.
For Salo Cheap. 1 Sipiaio Piano, 7) Oe
tave, iu g 10 I i rib r.
1 Upright PI11110, " 1 Co aves, in j.o d
Wanted. A re piut'llu woman as cook
nnd t 1 an nt li. a t'l'ivati lami y A
t omloitiibli hum f ;r Milt it 1 j juison.
Wanted B pea 1 onlb to assist In a
on iui'i-s istiiillalimi-iii iu tin i t ,
nnd m k- lunuelf generally u-cfu'l,
would r -i.c witli the fiinily; wage-,
with bond a l lidfi'iiir, .lft 11 month
Wanted. A ic-pretdiu Knglbb or Gir
mini Gill 10 iiM-ist in a small tiiuily
Situation Viantcd By 11 ca ablo innii,
tlioioigliy uiidi'i' tatids the caio of
botes Good driver, if luquiicd;
ni'irriid; u ijotil housikeejier mm!
Silualton Wanted I5y a .laparee. First.
i.ito servant. Gioddilver.
Sltusllon Wanlod By a stiady tnnn, as
cnaciimim, or 0 utiee of tallies; high
ly ucommemkil.' Well aeuaiiiied
Situation Wanted By Munely man; mui.
rletl. I uilerstanils llio eaiM ol atotk;
Goi.d tliivcr. Wile gid toiinsiress.
Custom IJ!oubo Brokers,
Books kept 62 written up,
21) Meiehant Sltcet. 01
Turnished Cottngo for Rent.
''piIE tOTTAOE ON DEHBrANIA.
JL bin el, nw occupied by 7,. h.
.Myeis, mil b i icnliel lnrni-hnil limn
to a dibiralile tenant ill a low inte. En.
iptlicntJ II Mipui'n Stalioneiy Siote,
COTTAGE TO LET.
A. A coitagi: ON liritE-
gtviVffcVfW ''"'li htiiol, iid.oii Init Urn
niJN lesidrneu of Min Morran.
Coiiiiga cnntiiins r looms uilh l.ilclicn,
Lie. Apply to E P. AIJA.MS it CO.
rPHE well known MI Corner
,J- I'ri'MjiMi's. Apjiiy in tin- III A
VKU .-'AI.OnN 14 .7 it
EOll LEASE Oil SALE.
rnilE HOUSE AND LOP AT WAI.
X klkl ai p iseiitoi copied by 0. D.
1 Ittiu. ilU.V III I IIIU Ol
FBI ETH A' PEACOOIC,
S3 Nuunnu siren.
.300,000 TO LOAN!
rpuil undiTi-Ign il have S xij Thou?.
JL an I Dollat , to .q u, iu sums of not
less Hum nun (hnuuud (lilluiH upon
SMITH, TIIUIlhTON fc Iv'INNEi',
lOIUlf UO Poit Stieet, Houolulu.
Hell Telephone flltl. V. O. lion itti.
CHAS. T. GULICK,
REAL ESTATE BEOKEH,
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT,
lloolui Aviltlrii up, AeeountK mill
Employment out! Shipping Astiicy.
Lalior Coniuicl Blanks in, el Bevenuo
blumps always on hand. Copying and
translating lu all languages um'1 in this
Kingdom. Oidtri from the oilier Is.
lntids will reecixo pn nipt at'culion.
Wanlod An nctlw! Milling lid of 1.1 to
18 1 1 ins of age, (tin tn.tl u homo i lib
1'iir tMge- nnd an opiioitnnny of
I' r liigu i'noi li'itle. Ituft n 1 1 in ns
lo elm icir and niilo clients mLi be
Wanh'd-A Situation By a Sugar Boiler
nf (ho xe.irr,' e.p nemo In this coun
try Uc-t of roiiivneist it riiiiiied.
Wnnled-Silualton By an old rtsitient
who Is Inin.Lnr with the lliwnllun
1 i gunge, niso, iitidutrtiu ds plinta.
tion work. "W 111 lift J) books and at
lei d in the general t. malls of buclncss.
Employment in tho city refirritl.
Wanlod Situations. Hy three llnt-clms
Bto!e.,etpM aid t lllcu men'wliii can
give thu bet of rcleiencis. Will not
object to employment in their capacity
on pin ti tin jot) s
Wanlod Slluallon. A a Luna cm a plan,
tiilon b. it mini who ha hud everal
yeis expel jcjko iu UiLs country in
Wanlcd Knijilojincnt bv competent
to dy, hoftlo s wlm will make Hum
BilVi'Miseful in taking c.iro ol dt or
jiuduii tl gardein., nnd in other light
work iuruiic.il by piivaiu lamlly.
Wanted. A Situation ''.y a 'conipelcnt
practical Engineer, who has hud ninny
years' u)i'iloi e.", nnd can give the
boU of icL-ifiit'i s. Employment on a
plantation l r. feritel.
Also, by n llrnt.eli.ts Horbcslioer; would
like a jub on a pljntatlon where ho
could tlo geneinl repair Merle.
To Let--One Cottugu f-ultn'ile for a small
family. Coiiveini ntly located within
Yi n mile of iliu Post Olllee.
To Let One -Cottigo irar the above,
me init li 'd. Lu isu ya el and Mab.u
aceommonitlotiH fir neural horns.
To Let A Coiiape Fiiltalile fir a small
lllllliH. I OIlV IlillllU' sill III. .,1 It, I. .,
wabihio; hasu b.iiliri.ini nnd kitchen
a inched and partly liiruishcd. Jloel.
er.itu lent. A rare chjii e.
Wanted. A Coiiagu wiMiin flvo minutcj
wiillt of thei Post 0111 e, sol ably up.
pointed for (lie nccommodi.tlem ot a
email tamily. ,
For Leaso tottige suitable for a (.mall
fiinil), r niiiiiisj kitchen attielicd.
Hinblo aeiM mini ilniiims if duMicd. A
beiutiftil lticailon nbuul tlileo milts
up the viillej loud.
For Leaso. Collage sui'ablo for -ma)l
fimih, -1 loonir; mid eno nitacliud
with a loom-. Carriage shed. Abetlt
ty, miles up the alloj jo.id.
These cottagth nil' ml raic opporluni
tii r in i valid and oilu vi who desire lo
enjoy the In netlt of Ihe pi 10 mountain
air i.nd climate of Nun uu Vnlley, ata
modfiate eli'Miiiou j and, in laci. would
piovo a perfic t-anita. linn wiiliin easy
reach of the biiilnos pari of town.
For Lease 10 Acre? of Lund, 2y, miles
liom Mosniau's eon.er 15 ii'ies of
which Is miiiiiI In for either Kicc or
Tiiid, mid lint. Inon uiltler uilll I viition
for the Lift li .eiiii. All buildings
nicissirj f ir it nitt-i'lass little ranch
now on tin' premibo .
For Sale 'J a-ic or ( lioice Tiuo Land,
fi ua o nc r ilie Insiiic Asylum.
Valuablo Pioportlos lor Sale.- l Aeies of
Liinl. Bpl.ndiilly biiuaul iu Makiki
lur hoiucislo it's
1 Acre in Makiki, on Berclania slteet,
line hullo lug lie. jJ
Acres with 4.ioom Cottnge, on Llll)ifV
fliict, A line eliauee. "
Full particulars given upon applica.
No. 38 Merchant Street, Honolulu.
Lately occupied by Messrs. Smith &
Young Plants of Best Assam Hybrid Tea!
Fioe on unnid steamer nt Kukuiliaole,
Humiiku i, Haw ai, ai 5.00 pur 100,
nt pui'Lhasui! ilsk.
Al o, orders icceivcd for a small eiinn.
il y if
Seeds now rlpiningnii trees nt Kukui.
iiaele us alnvc, al $5.00 per ox.
05 lw F. A. SCHAEPER & CO.
Marshal's Nitici if Sain,
N TIIE hUPHBMB COUBT OF TI1K
unwaiiau isinu is.
Tin: Bauk Kai.ak.vua.
AVIureafl, in eeitain jrooee dings In
Admiralty, biouuht by Thomim II. Pat
terion, nguliist thei "Bilk Kalakaua,"a
tl'Ciee and onlnr of t-ulo win- malu by
Uu lion IMwiiiil Piihtnii, Justice nf tho
Suiiiiniii ( nun, diilid:
In pur ii nice or ssid decieo I am
direeied ami e on imimlctl by tho inld
llononblti EltMutl Pnsion, Justice ot
thu rinpuniu (ouitto sell nld ball!
Kn'nkiiui. li -r lio it-, tacklo, appaii) anil
liirnliiiin at iillioiiitetion:
Tlicieloie, noli' e 1 huioby given that
tho said buk Kilaliiuia, bur boats,
tackle, appaiel aid lutnituru will bo
Mild al public miction lo tho highest
Saturday, April 9th, 1887,
wlicr-she now btniids at her moMngj
iu din ftieam In hu noil nf Hot olulit. '
T BMS CASH. Deeds at expemo of
uu chase: R.
JOIIX LOTA KAULUKOU,
Houolulu, March 2U, 1637. t'Ai